Nikhil Parekh

Gold Star - 6,486 Points (27/08/1977 / Dehradun, India)

Black For The Blind. - Poem by Nikhil Parekh

Black for the blind is the most unassailable form of survival; a color which epitomizes even the most infinitesimal aspect of their lives to the most handsomely unprecedented limits,

Black for the blind is the most bewitching form of beauty; a color which sensuously enshrouds even the most obfuscated of their nerves; with the most supremely tantalizing enigmas of life,

Black for the blind is the only Sun of insuperable optimism; a color which forever paints the canvas of their haplessly barren life; with perennially untamed forests of desire,

Black for the blind is the most blessing Universe of infinite infinity; a color which quintessentially constitutes every tangible and intangible moment of their inexplicably quavering lives,

Black for the blind is the most tastiest form of food and water; a color which equally crucifies and mitigates them in even the most drearily slavering sphere of their lives,

Black for the blind is the most ecstatically unfettered form of meditation; a color which forever liberates them of even the most ghastliest of their misery and unlimited pain,

Black for the blind is the only perception of unending pricelessness; a color which infallibly clings to even the most oblivious of their contours; irrespective of their caste; creed; religion and tribe,

Black for the blind is the most ultimate source of entertainment; a color which engenders them to wonderfully replenish every crevice of their misery with magically unparalleled exultation,

Black for the blind is the only word that culminates into the entire dictionary; a color which most Omnipotently defines even the most evanescent activity of their
ardent lives,

Black for the blind is the most invincible scent of righteousness; a color which transcends the goriest trace of devil; with a passionate atmosphere of unconquerable ubiquitous oneness,

Black for the blind is a fearlessly everlasting celebration; a color which even the greatest of warriors trembled to tread into; whereas with them it remained as rejoicingly during life as after the final insinuations of breath,

Black for the blind is where the most royally blossoming prosperity begins and ends; a color into which the best of gold; silver and happiness metamorphoses into since the very first cry of euphoric life,

Black for the blind is the only Omnipresent God; an invincible form; a divinely color; an undefeated shape; an unshakable power; which perennially rules even the most cloistered ounce of this Universe at its peerless fingertips,

Black for the blind is most gloriously rejuvenating elixir; an inebriating color; which reaches the most tantalizingly seductive crescendo an infinite times; in just one singular lifetime,

Black for the blind is the most undyingly subliming warrior; a color which reigns perpetually supreme over every innuendo; of even the most dramatic victory and
defeat,

Black for the blind is the most benign cradle of infanthood; youth; adulthood and old age; a color which indelibly refuses to leave them for even an infidel moment in their entire lifetime,

Black for the blind is an inborn spirit of irrefutable worship; a color which requires not the slightest of hymns; prayers; or venerated water to timelessly consecrate it,

Black for the blind is the most Omniscient jewel of the eye; a color which indefatigably stretches beyond sleep and awakening; into a paradise of the unparalleled Creator Divine,

Black for the blind is the most blessed mantra of life; a color which was the sole reflection of their heart; soul and conscience; a color which wholesomely and indefinitely overpowers the color of their blood and breath too,

O! Yes; Black for the blind is the most unassailable soul mate of survival and beyond; a color to which they are immortally married right since the very first whisper of life; irrespective of whether the planet outside complied with or brutally denied

Topic(s) of this poem: spiritual


Comments about Black For The Blind. by Nikhil Parekh

  • Kelly Kurt (11/7/2015 6:46:00 PM)


    A very interesting write, Nikhil. Thank you (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 7, 2015

Poem Edited: Saturday, February 27, 2016


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